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Hilltop Bean Dinner Festival 2020

Due to concerns over the coronavirus restrictions for at least the next several weeks, and uncertainty about when it will be safe for people to be part of a large crowd again, the Hilltop Business Association has decided to cancel the Hilltop Bean Dinner for 2020.
This is a hard decision, as the HBA has sponsored the Hilltop Bean Dinner for nearly 100 years now. However, public health and safety is everyone’s first concern. In addition, the HBA spends nearly $7,500.00 to put on the Bean Dinner each year, and it seems unwise to expend those funds for an event that may well be cancelled by the government.
The HBA plans to be back in 2021 with the best Bean Dinner ever. We will be doing what we can to improve conditions on the Hilltop in the meantime. Please remember Hilltop restaurants and other small businesses while we are still under quarantine and stay safe.

HBA Dinner 2020

The HBA held its annual dinner on Thursday January,9th at the Hollywood Casino.
Franklin County Auditor Michael Stinziano swore in the board members for the upcoming year.
The Franklin County Engineer Cornell Robertson spoke about various projects in the Hilltop area.
Environmental Court Judge Stephanie Mingo spoke about what the Environmental Court is doing to help improve conditions in the Hilltop.

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Auditor's Office Unveils New Mobile App

COLUMBUS, Ohio Franklin County Auditor Michael Stinziano unveiled a new, revamped mobile app Tuesday that introduces innovative new search options and expands the accessibility of the offices services. The updated app, which has been rebuilt with new services including the ability to use your current location to find nearby properties, is available for iOS and for Android on the respective App stores.
"The app is an important tool to bring your Auditor's office into the 21st century with new ways to use services that expands accessibility to all Franklin County residents even on the go", Stinziano said. The app allows users to easily research Franklin County properties based on address, owner, parcel, or interactively on a map. In addition, a new feature allows residents to search based on their current location for information on nearby properties. The app can retrieve information about properties including property values, transfer histories, taxes, and photos.
The revamped app is the result of months of feedback from a panel of residents, who guided its development.
The Auditor's office app is free and is available now on the iOS and Android app stores.

Greater Hilltop Open Golf Outing

We have the Greater Hilltop Open coming up October 4th at Mentel Memorial Golf Course.
We need foursomes, singles and tee box ads. Please see if you can recruit some players and advertisers.
$70 to play with cart, lunch and handouts.
$50 for tee box ad.
You can contact Fred Berkemer at 614-274-6700 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to sign people up.
We need to make a good showing on this.

Thanks,
Fred Berkemer
President
Hilltop Business Association

New Sponsors

Hole Sponsors

Bridge Credit Union
Hollywood Casino
Haydocy Buick GMC
Haydocy Airstream
Mt. Carmel
Johnson Insurance Agency
Berkemer Law
Ray Rieser Trophy
Buckner & Sons
All Foreign Auto
Westway Body
Shifflet Automotive
Heartland Bank
Management & Tax Services Group
Spears Funeral Home

Our very own Fred Berkemer teeing off at the first Greater Hilltop Open in 2001

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2020 Bean Dinner Festival

Due to concerns over the coronavirus restrictions for at least the next several weeks, and uncertainty about when it will be safe for people to be part of a large crowd again, the Hilltop Business Association has decided to cancel the Hilltop Bean Dinner for 2020.
This is a hard decision, as the HBA has sponsored the Hilltop Bean Dinner for nearly 100 years now. However, public health and safety is everyone’s first concern. In addition, the HBA spends nearly $7,500.00 to put on the Bean Dinner each year, and it seems unwise to expend those funds for an event that may well be cancelled by the government.
The HBA plans to be back in 2021 with the best Bean Dinner ever. We will be doing what we can to improve conditions on the Hilltop in the meantime. Please remember Hilltop restaurants and other small businesses while we are still under quarantine and stay safe.

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